Lily Dance Fitness Patent Inquiry

Lily’s Lily Dance Fitness business is quite successful. She is producing her second video and has been approached to do an infomercial to promote it. Lily has copyrighted and trademarked her videos, name and logo. She wonders if she needs to patent her fitness method to prevent others from using it. Your attorney asks you to research the merits of patent protection and draft a memorandum and recommendation on whether patent protection is desirable in her case.

In the memorandum, explain what protections a patent offers, who they are available for, and under what circumstances. Conclude with a determination on whether a patent would benefit Lily Dance Fitness and provide a rationale for your answer. Cite all sources using Bluebook format.

This assignment has two parts and you must complete both parts of the assignment.

Part I:

The memorandum and recommendation on whether patent protection is desirable in Lily’s case.

Name your document SUO_LGS4055_W5_A2_LastName_FirstInitial.doc. 

Part II:

Update all final project-related deliverables based on the feedback provided by the faculty member for a project submission. You already have received comments from your instructor on your previous weekly project assignments, so these suggestions should be incorporated into your final draft. Submit the consolidated project to your faculty member as you would submit a case file to an attorney.

Submission Details:

  • Support your responses with examples.
  • Cite any sources in APA format.
  • Name your file SUO_LGS4055_W5_A2_LastName_FirstInitial_CaseFile.doc.
  • Submit your document to the Submissions Area by the due date assigned.
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